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A trip to the South peak in the pioneers’ footsteps.
Punta Arenas is the most southern city in Chile, since south of this place there are only small villages and settlements. In this town the sun rises in the sea and move towards the mountains in contrast to the rest of Chile. There are many attractions to visit, in what is known as Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. We’ll see mountains and glaciers that move out to sea, while our expedition are moving towards the world’s southernmost city, Ushuaia, in order to get to know its national parks.

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The tour Punta Arenas-Ushuaia 5 days / 4 nights

Day 1: Punta Arenas, Estrecho de Magallanes
Check in at the hotel during the afternoon. We then go on board and get a welcome drink with the captain. We depart the towards Estrecho de Magallanes.

Day 2 Ainsworth bay / Tucker Island
We step off the boat in the Ainsworth bay, to see the impressive glacier Marinelli, where we go for a walk to see a beaver dam and the wonderful Magallan woods surrounding it. In the distance we see a colony of Elephant seals. We step off the boat in the bay of the Brooke glacier to walk near the glacier.

Day 3: The Garibaldi Glacier / The Pia Glacier / The Glacier Avenue
We continue along the main road towards Canal Beagle to get into the Pia Bay and get off the boat near the glacier of the same name. We start the excursion with a trip to the view point where there are great chances to observe the mountain range where the glacier originates. We then return  to cruise through the Beagle Canal, to see the majestic Glacier Avenue.

Day 4: Beagle Canal and Murray Canal
We sail on the Beagle Canal and Murray Canal and get off the boat at the National park of Cape Horn, where the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans meet. Cape Horn was discovered in 1616 by a Dutch expedition led by Isaac Lemaire, and the park is named after the port Horn, where the expedition sailed from. The park is known as a UNESCO biosphere reserve, since June 2005. This area is known for its fascinating beauty, its vegetation and geography. We are going to the view point and go through the Magallan woods with his impressive vegetation.

Day 5: Ushuaia
Arrival at Ushuaia, which is Argentina’s most important city in Tierra del Fuego and the southernmost city in the world. We step off the boat at 08:00 am to get to know the city and its national parks.

Day 1: Dinner
Day 2-4: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 5:  Breakfast

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